Paris Hilton wants to get married ''as soon as possible''.
The 36-year-old socialite only got engaged to her fiancé Chris Zylka last weekend but she is already working on how she can get her wedding planning sorted.
Speaking at HBO's Golden Globes after party, she said: ''We're going to have dinner with my parents this week to start planning. We want to do it as soon as possible.''
And Paris' mother Kathy was overjoyed when saw the diamond ring, which is reported to have cost a whopping $2 million.
She added: ''She was flipping out. My mom loves big diamonds.''
The blonde beauty is excited about being able to call the 'Leftovers' star her ''fiancé'' now.
She shared: ''I used to call him 'my love' or 'my hubby' already. I've been saying that for a year now, so fiancé is different.''
Paris was understandably thrilled about her engagement to Chris and ''immediately said yes'' when he got down on one knee during their holiday in Aspen, Colorado.
She shared: ''I am so excited to be engaged to the love of my life and my best friend. I have never felt so happy, safe and loved. He is perfect for me in every way and showed me that fairytales really do exist.
''I was so excited and surprised. I immediately said yes. The ring was so gorgeous and sparkling. I was shaking as I put it on. It is the most beautiful ring that I have ever seen.''
Whilst Chris added: ''Paris is the most beautiful and incredible woman both inside and out. I feel like the luckiest man in the world to be marrying my dream girl. I can't wait to spend the rest of our lives together.''
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